News from the System Office

  • BISMARCK, N.D. – The ND Career Builders Scholarship and Loan Repayment program saw a 40% increase in recipients and a 30% increase in donors from February 2022 through November 2022. These significant increases can be attributed to a marketing campai

  • BISMARCK, N.D. – The economic contribution of the North Dakota University System (NDUS) on the state was an estimated at $3.58 billion in fiscal year 2021, which includes $2.68 billion from operational expenditures and $907 million from student

  • In light of the recent proclamation by Governor Doug Burgum naming Dec. 5-11 as “Computer Science Education Week,” North Dakota University System (NDUS) Chancellor Mark Hagerott noted his full endorsement of the effort which highlights the vital role

  • Bismarck, ND – The North Dakota University System, NDSU, and UND are partnering with the Montana University System and 11 colleges and universities from a five-state region to create a regional technology and innovation alliance. The Mountains and Pl

  • The State Board of Higher Education reviewed budget items at its regular monthly meeting this week. Chancellor Hagerott and Vice Chancellor of Administrative Affairs David Krebsbach provided an update on the recent budget meeting with the Office of M

  • BISMARCK, N.D. – Student enrollment across the North Dakota University System is consistently exceeding national trends, according to recent reporting data. Cumulative fall 2022 enrollment for the state’s 11 public colleges and universities is up by

  • The State Board of Higher Education focused on research when it met at Dickinson State University for its September meeting. Chancellor Mark Hagerott said that with thanks to U.S. Senator John Hoeven, a five-state consortium had including North Dakot

  • An apprenticeship program piloted at Lake Region State College was the genesis for a new statewide jobs training program announced between the North Dakota Tribal College System and oil industry partners. NDUS Chancellor Mark Hagerott said the move w

  • WATFORD CITY, N.D. – North Dakota University System Chancellor Mark Hagerott participated in the Petroleum Council’s annual meeting Sept. 20 to discuss higher education and workforce needs in the region. State Board of Higher Education members Danita

  • The 2022 Theodore Roosevelt Symposium kicked off Thursday, September 15th. The three-day event will explore the athletic world of athletics around the turn of the 20th Century and how modern sports subsequently developed. NDUS Chancellor Mark Hagerot

  • An initiative to expand digital curriculums throughout North Dakota University System (NDUS) has found some early successes at Bismarck State College (BSC). Through its Palo Alto Networks (PAN) Academy, BSC has already trained two dozen educators in

  • Valley City, North Dakota – Valley City State University (VCSU) today launched the Viking Mobile ID for iPhone, Apple Watch, and Android Phones.  Students can use the Viking Mobile ID on campus with just a tap of their mobile device. Students, facult